Claire Martin

Claire Martin

Landscape Architect

Claire Martin is a Landscape Architect and Associate Director with the Melbourne studio of OCULUS. She has led the successful delivery of a range of education, health, cultural, infrastructure and public landscape projects including the University of Melbourne's Melbourne School of Design (MSD), the Bendigo Hospital, the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), Remembrance Drive Interchange and Victoria Harbour's City Quarter.

Claire is passionate about education and research and has taught design in the School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University where she is a longstanding member of the Landscape Architecture Program Advisory Committee, regular guest lecturer and invited critic.

Claire was a Co-Creative Director for 'This Public Life', the Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture's Festival of Landscape Architecture that brought together thinkers and practitioners from the arts and sciences, both nationally and internationally.

She is a regular contributor to Landscape Architecture Australia, a contemporary record of landscape architecture and the urban design of Australian cities, towns and communities, and recently co-authored 'The Moving City' Issue.

Claire plays an active role within the landscape architecture profession and was the recipient of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects' Jim Sinatra Future Leaders Award. 

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